Liberty Square is located in the Magic Kingdom, just west of the wheel hub, and just down from Peter Pan’s Flight and “it’s a small world” in Fantasyland. Liberty Square is one of my favorite lands, not so much because of all of the attractions, but rather because of all of the history that the Disney Imagineers have imparted into the land.
While Liberty Square isn’t home to a whole lot of attractions, it is home to some of the best attractions in the Magic Kingdom. Here they are in alphabetical order:
As a land, though, Liberty Square is so much more than a pass through to Frontierland or Adventureland. The Haunted Mansion is so much fun that we ride it multiple times each time we visit. The Hall of Presidents is a history lesson — but with the fun of all of the Presidential Audio-Animatronics® thrown in for good measure. The Liberty Square Riverboat is a relaxing ride on the Rivers of America when all you want is a break from all of the walking you have done that day.
In addition to the attractions, you also have some prime restaurants. Liberty Tree Tavern has a great menu, the only thing I don’t like about it is that they took it off of the “Character Dining” menu. Columbia Harbour House is a seldom thought of quick service restaurant that often has very little wait, yet serves good food. And don’t forget about “Ye Old Christmas Shoppe”, one of the best Christmas stores you will ever find!
As is often the case with my writing, pictures say so much more than I can. Please enjoy some of these pictures! The next time you visit the Magic Kingdom, take time to look at all of the little details that make Liberty Square a living, breathing history lesson in the middle of Disney Magic!
|These three pictures are so cool to me, with the lights and fireworks reflected in the Rivers of America!|
The Liberty Square is more than The Haunted Mansion®, more than The Hall of Presidents, more than the Liberty Tree Tavern. Liberty Square is a reminder for all Americans of the blood, sweat, and tears that have been shed to make our country great.